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A priest?s response to R.I. bishop?s tweet: ?I am here to beg you . . . not to leave?

Passions were raised in the state after Bishop Thomas Tobin advised Catholics to avoid Pride Month events, noting ?they are especially harmful for children.? 2 hours ago
R.I. bishop faces backlash over tweet

7 arrested at anti-abortion rally on Boston Common

About 100 counterprotesters jeered at more than 100 anti-abortion activists during a tense three-hour period. 3 hours ago

The Twin Cities have a beautiful new soccer stadium. Why doesn?t Boston?

Minnesota United?s $250 million venue shows what could be built here, and why it?s been so difficult to make happen.
Thomas Farragher

In Maine, an island haven for illustrators is a big draw

The Illustration Institute on Peaks Island is a fledgling and unusual artist organization.

Women of color team up for Boston City Council run
Michelle Wu, Alejandra St. Guillen, and Kim Janey will share a campaign office ? an example of camaraderie that could be a sign of the times as more women running for office try to lift one another up.

Adrian Walker
From life on the streets to marbled floors: An unusual culinary program offers a way forward
Students from NECAT ? part culinary school, part social service agency ? are headed to work in the grandeur of the billion-dollar Encore Boston Harbor casino.

Springfield grapples with surge in overdose deaths
Some are surprised by the recent data, while others see evidence for it every day. But no one has a simple explanation. 8:59 p.m.

Red Sox 8, Yankees 5
Red Sox stave off sweep at Yankee Stadium
Price finally has a breakthrough with his first win in seven starts with the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. an hour ago

Cambridge-area activists hold public reading of Mueller excerpts
On Sunday, local activists began a grassroots effort to introduce voters to the account of special counsel Robert Mueller?s two-year investigation.

Legendary New Orleans chef Leah Chase dies
Ms. Chase transformed the restaurant bearing her father-in-law?s name from a sandwich shop where black patrons could buy lottery tickets to a refined restaurant where people of all races dined.

17-year-old shot, pushed out of vehicle in Methuen

A 17-year-old boy was shot and pushed out of a vehicle in Methuen Sunday afternoon, according to police. 8:51 p.m.
Chesto Means Business

The rush is on: to double offshore wind power, that is

Governor Charlie Baker?s administration made it official on Friday: The state will continue to solicit bids for offshore wind power for years to come.

Maryetta Dussourd remembered by fellow activists at Cathedral of the Holy Cross

Activists calling for accountability within the Catholic Church remembered Dussourd, who worked for decades to get justice for victims of sexual abuse. 8:38 p.m.

Rob Gronkowski dispels comeback rumors: ?You can put them to rest?

While speaking to reporters at a charity event, Gronkowski said he?s staying retired.

?The Bachelorette? episode that filmed in Boston airs Monday
The ABC reality show posted preview clips Sunday of the date between Hannah Brown and Jed Wyatt, which took place all over Boston. an hour ago

?The school has a soul?: Urban College of Boston graduates reflect on their journeys
Any time we travel anywhere, part of the fun for me is finding the best coffee. Let me tell you what buckles my knees.

Barack Obama makes an appearance at Game 2 of the NBA Finals
The former president headed north of the border to catch the Raptors and Warriors in action. 2 hours ago

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Now that?s a good story: news revival in Berkshires

Local owners bought The Berkshire Eagle in 2016 and have sunk money into the paper, doing everything from hiring more reporters to improving the quality of the Eagle?s newsprint.

In the Great Marsh and other coastal wetlands, climate change is harming delicate ecosystems
Scientists have documented other worrying signs for the marsh, which stretches from Cape Ann to southeastern New Hampshire.

As candidates descend on California, Kamala Harris struggles to defend her home turf
Harris? rivals wooed California?s hordes of enthusiastic Democrats and deep-pocketed donors in the days before and after the state party?s convention, fighting to poach her support.

At Harvard Business School, diversity remains elusive
Of 270 faculty, about 3 percent are black. And the black student population at the business school remained unchanged for a decade: It was 5 percent last fall, the same as in 2008.



Dan Shaughnessy

The Bruins took it to the Blues in every way in Game 3

The Bruins skated into Enterprise Center Saturday and cut the hearts out of the Blues and their fans.